Non-ECI Non-FDAP - how is US sourced income that is neither ECI nor FDAP taxed in the US if derived by a non-resident?
How LLC income is taxed in the US - disregarding any treaty position - depends on three things as Gary Carter will tell you in this episode.
A single member LLC is a disregarded entity for US federal tax purposes. The Australian entity assumes all US federal tax obligations instead.
For US citizens living in Australia, the US taxation of Australian SMSFs is a huge question.
For an expansion into the US is it best if your Australian trust holds LLC interests directly? Rather than going through a C-Corp?
When you give an Australian loan to US operations, should you loan to your US blocker or directly to your US trading entity?
When would you set up an LLC plus blocker to expand into the US market? Marsha Dungog of Withers has the answer.
How do you show Australian companies in US returns? Seth Hertz of US Expat Tax has the answer.
As a non-US tax resident, should you run your US business through an LLC or C-Corp?
When your clients expand into the US, here are the types of US corporations to choose from.
How do you treat the US stimulus cheques in Australian tax returns? Seth Hertz of US Expat Tax in Sydney will give you the answer.
How do you 'read' an US individual tax return for Australian tax purposes? This is the question we asked Seth Hertz of Expat US Tax.
US v Australian tax for individuals - how is US tax different from Australian tax and vice versa? Here is Seth Hertz with some insights.
US citizens living in Australia are taxed on their worldwide income in Australia but also in the US. Here is Seth Hertz of Expat US Tax with more.
How does the US tax system affect the Australian spouse of a US citizen or Green card holder? Jane Bruno of Bruno American Tax Services will give you the answer.
As a US citizen or Greencard holder, the US will tax your worldwide income even while you live in Australia. Jane Bruno Bruno American Tax Services will give you the details.
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